The Bowdoin Outing Club encourages students to dream, organize and lead outdoor trips. This fellowship offers the financial support to shape the most creative and adventurous outdoor visions into real opportunities. The expedition should foster a spirit of adventure and encourage personal challenges and skill development and in the end, contribute to the growth of the Bowdoin Outing Club.


Friday, July 26, 2013

The centenial paddle

A few days ago we woke up bright and early at 4 am and paddled into the sunrise. 19 hours later we pulled into camp, having canoed 100 miles that day. Shortly thereafter we collapsed in our tents, tired and sore, but feeling quite accomplished.

After nearly 60 days on the river, we're getting quite close to the end. Tomorrow morning we plan on resupplying food one last time in Vicksburg, Mississippi, before canoeing onward to the Gulf of Mexico. 10 more days and 434 miles is all that we have left. Mile marker zero appears more attainable than ever before!

No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.